Top 10 Illegal Baby Names - Part 2 naming a baby is one of the most important decisions you will ever make for your child so it's probably a good thing that some of these names are illegal. Would you ever want to name your child any of the names on this list? Let us know here on Most Amazing Top 10.
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Firstly: Yes, I would love a part three, four, five and six to this... mostly because there are undoubtedly a lot of cool and not so cool names that will have been banned in one country or another, I'm willing to bet. It'll be interesting to know.
I would have loved a name like Talulah. There was a version of it that meant leaping water, I think. (But I might be wrong). And the rest of the name isn't terribly embarrassing, it might just be a little triggering to some people... but people get offended very easily.
Also, Bridge could be short for Bridget... That's a name. They could just call their kid Bridget officially, and at home call them Bridge. I understand why that could be a nice name. A bridge is a crossing point that allows people to travel across and above water, and usually ensures they won't drown. Makes a person sound very useful - and a lot of historic bridges are known for their beautiful architecture.
And if Anus was another word in another language, then I could see how its meaning might have made them think... oh, let's name this kid Anus. Besides, the only time it stops sounding nice is when you actually find out what the meaning of the word is. You see, a three or five year old wouldn't actually know what was wrong with it, because 'butt' or 'bottom' is more commonly used. And there's a lot of very odd names in other languages that sound like rude, or nasty words in English.
Well, maybe if you used the word 'fish' but translated it into another language? Besides, there's a phrase in one or another language that goes 'as healthy as a fish'.
I personally think, though, that Mildred really is a worse sounding name than most of the other names on this list. Or most of the names with Christian or Jewish meaning and backgrounds. That can be seen as subtly coercing your child into becoming something they may not want to become by giving them a name that almost requires them to fulfil an almost impossible to fulfil meaning. Besides, the amount of irony surrounding an atheist child being given a name that means 'a gift from God', could make them the target of a few jokes and inquiries in any public place. It could also make them feel uncomfortable, unworthy, or upset. So if we're going to ban stupid or hurtful names, then please ban any with religious connotations, you sensitive peeps.
3:06 where do you find these pictures? 😂
Like what even did you have to Google to find that? I've always been curious about how you find the background photos or even some of the photos for whichever top 10 you're on.
Anyone else ever wonder the same thing?
I know someone by the name saddam hussain & i'm not joking. He's one year younger than me & didn't know that he was named after the dictator back then (i was 10 or 11) my mom immediately laughed when i told her my friends name & told me who saddam hussain was. So yeah.
About the Icelandic names...all you have to do is change the C to an S or a K, and you're fine. It's not like any person name Cissy or Carl is going to have their eyes gouged out by Halfthor Bjornson as soon as they get off the docks!
My friend got two fish and named them fish and chips... fish died so she got another fish and named it gravy... yep chips and gravy are both still alive since this comment was written but I want to go back to when she named a fish, Fish... sad. She could’ve named it Koala or Roo but she had to name the animal what it was... yeah... I know a lot of people who name animals different animals. Then there is my sister, she got a bird and named it Sky... we rescued another bird and she named it grass instead of listening to me and naming it ghoul... it looked dead that’s my logic.
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